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    Not to be imitated

    I would like to know about the uses of this below phrase.
    1.It is not to be imitated by children.
    And one more question is that above sentance has the same meaning as it should not be imitated by children.

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    Re: Not to be

    1. It means that children are not supposed to imitate it.
    Children should not imitate it. Children should not be encouraged to imitate it.
    2. Yes.

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    Re: Not to be imitated

    Quote Originally Posted by arjitsharma View Post
    I would like to know about the uses of this below phrase the following sentence:

    It is not to be imitated by children.

    And one more question: Does the above sentence have the same meaning as 'It should not be imitated by children'?
    Please note my corrections to your post.

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